Many government schemes are being run for animal husbandry.
A five-day training on dairy farming organized by the Saina Nehwal Institute of Agricultural Technology, Training and Education of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar (HAU) concluded. Dr. Ashok Kumar Godara, Co-Director (Training) of the institute informed that such trainings are being organized continuously so that unemployed youths get maximum benefits. Farmers can increase their income by adopting dairy farming as an auxiliary business of agriculture.
During the training, the trainees were exposed to various types of information including value addition by making milk products, common diseases of animals, management of fodder crops, methods of making silage, methods of making milk powder. Dr. Sandeep Duhan told about increasing its value by making milk products and increasing its income by making more milk products.
Information on the diagnosis of animal diseases
Dr. Amit Punia, while introducing the physical structure of cow and buffalo in the context of common diseases, informed the livestock owners about timely diagnosis by looking at the external signs of the animal. Dr. Satyavan told how to manage fodder crops and make silage. So that the farmer can meet the shortage of fodder by feeding at that time when there is a shortage of fodder. Dr. Rekha Phogat showed how to make milk powder, gooseberry murabba, millet biscuits and fruit juice, using machines and the ingredients used in it.
How to prepare model project of bank
In the training, Dr. Satish Jangra told how to prepare a model project of the bank, so that the dairy unit can be set up easily and the problem coming from the bank can be resolved. Dr. Tajindra told about the precautions at the time of clean milk production and its storage so that the milk can be stored for a longer time. Dr. Bhupendra told about the medicines used in pest management in green fodder and animal feed.
Information about animal diseases
Dr. Shalini told about the importance and importance of preparing curd, lassi and shrikhand from milk. Dr. Nilesh told about the diseases of animals and their diagnosis. Dr. Satish Mehta told about the symptoms of diseases and their management in crops and fodder crops.
Dr. Neeraj Arora gave information about first aid in case of animal wounds, boils, dog bites and burns. Along with this, he also told about the diseases that come due to change in the weather in the animals. Dr. Nirmal told about the process and importance of selling milk and milk products, its packing, and the process of obtaining license to sell food items.
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